Help your students make connections between verb endings and the ending letters with this practice worksheet! First students will sort the verbs by their ending letters (vowel or consonant), then they'll write the plural form of each word.
Have your students mastered present tense verb endings, or could they use a bit more practice? Use this mix of regular verbs and verbs ending in Y to challenge your students with third person singular present tense.
Use this surprise party-themed worksheet to have fun with present participle practice! Students will start by filling in the blanks with verbs rewritten in present participle form, and they'll end up with a cute story about a surprise party.
Are your students confusing plural noun endings? Use this worksheet to help them with noun pluralization patterns! Students will put on their detective hats as they search for clues in singular nouns that will help them determine the correct plural form.
It's raining, it's pouring, inflectional endings don't have to be boring! Students will add –ing, –s, and –ed inflectional endings to words with and without silent E’s in this rainy day-themed worksheet..
Present tense verb endings can be tricky, but not if you know where to look for clues! Help your student sleuths make connections between present tense verb endings and final letters with this fun practice worksheet!
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